Webinar: Dec. 1, 2022 CAN Higher Layer Protocols - J1939, CANopen, and UDS
The Controller Area Network (CAN) standard is focused on the lowest two layers of the 7 layer ISO-OSI reference model. A number of standard higher layer protocols are based on, or “run on top” of the lower layer CAN protocol.
This webinar provides an overview of three such protocols, and is valuable for developers and engineers wishing to implement such protocols.
- CAN Bus basics - a quick review
- Higher layer protocols based on CAN
- SAE J1939
- ISO-TP and UDS
- Question and Answer
December 1 at 10:30 AM CT
December 1 at 8:30 AM PT
December 1 at 5:30 PM GMT+1
Duration: 1 hour
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Technical Leader and Teacher with a demonstrated history of helping customers understand, deploy and operate industrial networking, IoT/IIoT connectivity, and wireless technologies. I enjoy finding solutions to complex product design and networking problems to meet time to market, budgetary and operational requirements.
Torsten Gedenk, born in 1979. He studied electrical engineering with focus on programming of microcontrollers at Fachhochschule Mittweida/Germany. During an intership semester in 2001 he made comprehensive experience with CAN and CANopen. As a consequence his diploma thesis was about the development of a CANopen Configuration tool, which has been realised later on.
Apart from his management activities he is responsible for the development of CANopen, J1939, UDS, EnergyBus and EtherCAT tools. He also holds CANopen and EnergyBus seminars in Germany and abroad
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